24 February 2012 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Laura Anderson

Last weekend saw large crowds visit the Monaghan Business and Trade Fair held at the Four Seasons Hotel for the second year running.
Over the Saturday and Sunday over 50 local exhibitors displayed their goods and services at the show, which was organised to help promote local business and to encourage the people of County Monaghan to shop local.
Once again the show proved to be a great success as visitors enjoyed the free entertainment, Farmers Market and vintage motor display on Sunday organised by Kevin Boylan of Scotshouse.
A vast range of businesses were represented over the weekend, some of which are pictured here.
The show was organised by Seamus Freeman of, Val Mohan of Greenfingers Landscape Services and Frank Reavey of Reavey Attic Stairs.
Exhibitors were delighted to chat to all those who attended, many ran special offers and showcased all of what is good and happening in business in our local areas.
The organisers say a big thank you to all those who attended, Frank McKenna of the Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan Farmers Market who were there with all the fresh produce, Monaghan County Enterprise Board for all their support and of course all exhibitors who put in a great effort and had their stands looking great for the event.

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